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Gay Rights Ordinance Would Have Created Cause of Action in Violation of La. Constitution

Gay Rights Ordinance Would Have Created Cause of Action in Violation of La. Constitution

The Metro Council considered but did not vote on a proposed Gay Rights Ordinance at its meeting of Wednesday, July 23.  The proposed is likely to return to the Council’s agenda on Wednesday, Aug. 14. The ordinance purports to codify a new kind of obligation among persons — namely, the obligation not to discriminate based [...]

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Can Elected Officials Violate Law with Impunity?

Can Elected Officials Violate Law with Impunity?

We have the U.S. Constitution, the Louisiana Constitution, the Louisiana Revised Statutes, and our own East Baton Rouge Parish Plan of Government.  All of those laws grant to federal, state, and local governments a vast array of powers, but those documents also contain numerous safeguards that are designed to protect our rights. But what if [...]

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Luc Alexander, Shake with Alexander Luc!

Luc Alexander, Shake with Alexander Luc!

At Central Middle School open house, Jolice Provost of Central City News had her son Luc Alexander Provost in tow when a Central High senior came in the door with her sixth grade brother and asked for instructions.  The young lady looked at Luc’s schedule and asked, “Is that his name?”  Jolice replied, “Yes it [...]

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Report Card on School Board 2010-2014

Report Card on School Board 2010-2014

Dr. Jim Gardner, who played on Central High’s first baseball team in 1951, was on hand last Saturday to inaugurate the new lighting system at The Rock, the Central High baseball field. The event was the first Central High Alumni game, and it represented the first time in the 63-year history of Central High baseball [...]

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Central Beefs Up Police Dept.

Central Beefs Up Police Dept.

Since approval by the Central City Council of funds to hire a new Assistant Police Chief and additional rent for a larger office, Central Police Chief James Salsbury has moved forward aggressively toward beefing up his department. Using volunteer police officers and donated materials, Salsbury has nearly completed the move to a new 2,200-square-foot space [...]

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Central: Back to School

Central: Back to School

The Central Community School System launched its eighth school year on Thursday, Aug. 7 with 283 new students enrolled so far. Central schools Supt.Mike Faulk said he expects the final enrollment numbers to reach 4,500 students K-12 andanother 100 in pre-K. The Central school system took over the four then existing public schools in Central [...]

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Read Central City News for August 2014

Read Central City News for August 2014

TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS — • Central: Back to School — Central Community Schools Start 8th Year • Report Card on Central School Board • 2010-2014• Central Beefs Up Police Department   • Luc Alexander, Shake Hands with Alexander Luc • Imagine Old Central Middle School without Buildings • Can Elected Officials Violate [...]

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Police Chief Outlines 90-Day Plan to Jump-Start Central Police Dept.

Police Chief Outlines 90-Day Plan to Jump-Start Central Police Dept.

New Central Police Chief James Salsbury believes he can do something that has never been done anywhere — create a working police department, using volunteer officers, much like a volunteer fire department operates. Since the City of Central was incorporated in 2005, the Central Police Department has operated with an elected Chief of Police, as [...]

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Central’s New Mayor, Police Chief, Council Began Their Terms of Office on July 1, 2014

Central’s New Mayor, Police Chief, Council Began Their Terms of Office on July 1, 2014

On July 1, new city officials were sworn in for the City of Central in ceremonies at the Central High auditorium. Taking office were: Mayor Jr. Shelton Chief of Police James Salsbury City Council Members Jason Ellis, Shane Evans, Dr. Kim Fralick, Wayne Messina, and John Vance. All are newcomers to public office except Messina, [...]

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Businesses on Sullivan Road Hampered by Construction

Businesses on Sullivan Road Hampered by Construction

The improvements to Sullivan Road now underway should be a benefit to businesses along the key artery in Central.  But until construction is complete, many businesses are finding their sales are down. Lance Butler of Sullivan Hardware said, “It’s not our best time of the year to begin with but the construction is definitely hurting [...]

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